Doublet




Ambidextrous Synthesizer





Doublet is a Max for Live device with wavetable synthesis in one hand and FM in the other.


*All sounds made with Doublet, only effect used is Bokeh

A sleek, powerful voice that takes concepts from FM and Wavetable synthesis, combining them by harnessing the best of both. 2-dimensional wavetable scanning meets 2-operator FM, with a twist of phase shaping. This striking harmonic brilliance can be tamed with a comforting variable slope lowpass filter.

Carefully balancing functionality and interface, Doublet offers an unrivaled ratio of sonic complexity to operational simplicty - without losing control.





It has:

➋ × 2D-FM Wavetable Oscillators
➊ × ADE Operator Envelope
➊ × Variable Slope Lowpass Filter
➊ × Ordinary AHR Amp Envelope
➊ × Flexible LFO Modulator
➊ × Looping Slope Modulator




Balanced

Achieve a deep level of sonic precision and quality without the confusion of unnecessary operators. Doublet is built for complex results, balanced by an intuitive, graceful interface.




Woven

Doublet embodies the spirit of both FM & Wavetable synthesis, elegantly woven together for maximum flexibility and versatility.




Malleable

Doublet is designed to be modulated. Two internal modulation sources make Doublet’s sound wonderfully malleable and dynamic.



Doublet is yours for €15 excl. VAT

Buy Doublet

Doublet is a Max for Live device and requires Ableton Live 10.1 with Suite (or Max for Live) to use


Or, get the trio

Buy Bundle

Includes Doublet, Bokeh and Roulette


10% of our sales go to a mutual aid fund or nonprofit - rotating every few months. The rest of our sales afford us more time to create new sound tools to share with you. If cost is a barrier for you, please write to us at hi@fors.fm

See our currently supported fund on our About page.





Downloads


Manual



Frequently Asked Questions


Does Doublet run in a DAW other than Live?



No, sorry!

Will there be a VST? Or iOS version?



No plans at the moment, but if we get enough funding it might be a possibility.

I have a feature request... And I need help!!




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